dry (adj.) Old form(s): drie
dried, withered, shrivelled
AYL II.vii.39[Jaques to Duke, of Touchstone] his brain, / Which is as dry as the remainder biscuit / After a voyage
MA II.i.105[masked Ursula to masked Antonio, of Antonio] Here's his dry hand up and down
TC II.iii.221[Nestor aside to Ulysses, of Ajax] his ambition is dry [or: sense 3]
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